|Aggrieve (v. t.)|
To give pain or sorrow to; to afflict; hence, to oppress or injure in one's rights; to bear heavily upon; -- now commonly used in the passive TO be aggrieved.
|Aggrieve (v. i.)|
To grieve; to lament.
Biev, Breve, Cleave, Cleve, Eave, Eve, Gleave, Greave, Greve, Grieve, Heave, Kleve, Leave, Leve, Meave, Naeve, Neave, Neve, Peeve, Reave, Reeve, Scheve, Shreeve, Shreve, Sleeve, Steve, Stieve, Vive, We've, Weave, Yves
Achieve, Aggrieve, Aleve, Aviv, Believe, Bereave, Conceive, Deceive, Geneve, Laneve, Mccleave, Naive, Perceive, Rajiv, Receive, Relieve, Reprieve, Retrieve, Sanjiv, Vancleve
Disbelieve, Interleave, Interweave, Maharive, Misconceive, Misperceive, Preconceive, Tel-aviv
Aggrieve in Spanish is Ofender
Aggrieve in Tagalog is Mang-api